“Bohemian Rhapsody” is only the first volume of the four and a half decade Queen saga whose final chapter is being writ large in real time across North America this summer…
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Queen sent out invitations for “A Night at the Opera” with Brian May and Roger Taylor thirty years ago here In the Studio.
You know after a best-selling book is made into a popular film how you’ll hear from early adopters, “Yeah it’s good, but there was a lot in the book that wasn’t in the movie”? Same can be said for the four Oscar-winning Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody as compared to their almost fifty year reign as […]
Anticipation is exceedingly high for the long-awaited Queen/ Freddy Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, premiering Wednesday ( 24th ) in the UK and 11/2 in North America.
As I was preparing the accurate context of Queen‘s place in the rock constellation upon the release of November 1977’s News of the World, I stumbled upon another website’s contention that “In the autumn of 1977, it looked as if Queen’s reign might be over… The future of their sixth studio album, News Of The […]
There is a very good reason why no one in the sold-out Cow Palace audience in November 1986 clapped in recognition to the first beginning notes of “Inca Queen” performed by hometown heroes Neil Young and Crazy Horse: it had not been released yet, and would not be until it appeared on Life the following […]
In the last ten years or so three highly improbable goals have been achieved by Queen songwriter/guitarist Brian May. First off, he became Dr. Brian May, PhD in Astrophysics. “It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. Several times I thought, ‘ I just can’t do this. My mind can’t handle it.’ But several supportive […]
The story of Heart’s debut Dreamboat Annie remains one of the Cinderella fairy tale chapters in rock history, but the major label follow up released this week in 1977, Little Queen, was made amidst adversity.
Twenty-five years ago this week Queensryche planted the flag of American rock in the heart of the British Empire, London’s venerable Hammersmith Odeon theater, while debuting their new album then, Empire, which would go on to dominate the sales chart the following year of 1991 and culminate with the Seattle-Tacoma band conquering the Grammy Awards. […]
Watching the February 1992 internationally-televised Grammy Awards, there was Queensryche performing the most unlikely Top Ten Billboard hit and Grammy-nominated Rock Song of the Year “Silent Lucidity”, live with a symphony orchestra conducted by the late Michael Kamen, telecast worldwide to hundreds of millions. I couldn’t help but note how far they had come – […]